Our Real Property resources span Litigation & Remedies, Acquisitions, Financing & Management, Leasing & Landlord-Tenant, Land Use, Development & Environment, and Construction, among others. Noteworthy titles include Real Property Ownership and Taxation, California Landlord-Tenant Practice, California Mortgages, Deeds of Trust, and Foreclosure Litigation, California Easements and Boundaries: Law and Litigation, and more. The OnLAW Real Property Law Library—a virtual encyclopedia of real property law—provides online legal analysis and procedural guidance written by and for California judges and lawyers. Full of commentary, practice advice, and sample documents, the Real Property Law Library can help you get started with drafting a commercial lease, navigate the intricacies of foreclosure litigation, and much more. CEB CLE webinars and On Demand programs present important developments and timely analyses that keep you on top of your game.
This handbook gives you the background, tools, and guidance you need in all major areas of California municipal law. Known as the definitive resource in its field, this work of over 300 municipal attorneys from the City Attorneys’ Department of the League of California Cities is published annually by CEB.
This program guides you through the statutory requirements for subdividing real property, and on ensuring Map Act compliance in grants and other types of real estate transactions.
1.5 hours MCLE Credit
In enacting the Right to Repair Act, the legislature declared that prompt and fair resolution of construction defect claims for both homeowners and builders is needed to protect the state's continuing growth and vitality. Join us for an overview of the Act and explore the procedural requirements necessary to comply with the Act.
1.5 Hours MCLE Credit
Real estate transactional attorney Dan Myers & estate planning specialist Judith Tang discuss various legal and practical considerations underlying this process.
1 Hour MCLE Credit. Specialization: Estate Planning.
Join our Board Certified Master Arborist and tree law expert to learn how to evaluate neighbor disputes concerning trees, and decide which remedies are in your client's best interests.
1.5 hours MCLE Credit
If you're a California lawyer who advises a client planning to do Section 1031 like-kind exchange transaction, this program will bring you up to speed. Changes to the Internal Revenue Code, several significant Tax Court cases, and numerous Federal and California administrative pronouncements and decisions have affected how you should advise clients.
3 Hours MCLE Credit, including 3 Hours in tax specialization (real estate income tax requirement)
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